17 06, 2020

Everything You Need to Know About Neck Physical Therapy In Fort Myers, FL

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Neck Pain is the fourth leading cause of disability and affects more than 30% of adults in the U.S., according to a study published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings journal.  If you’ve had neck pain for some time and tried various treatments, you may be wondering, is this something I just accept and live with?  The answer is no. You should not have to live with persistent neck pain.  It is likely that you just haven’t found the right treatment for your neck condition. If you’ve tried treatments such as rest, medications, injections, or surgery, you simply haven’t had the appropriate care for your neck pain.  There’s a lot of misinformation out [...]

5 08, 2019

A Definitive Guide To Neck Physical Therapy

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Neck physical therapy is one of the most common and popular treatments for acute and chronic neck pain. Most physical therapy programs for neck pain focus on applying treatments to reduce pain and stiffness and following a physical therapy session that aims to strengthening and stretching of the neck. The specific methods and exercises used in physical therapy along with the duration of the treatment plan depend from one patient to another. Conditions Neck Physical Therapy Can Help With: Postural Neck Pain Most of the neck pain cases arise due to poor postures. In such cases, recognizing and understanding the underlying problem can play a useful role in providing neck pain relief to [...]

26 09, 2018

3 Signs of Poor Posture

By |September 26th, 2018|Tags: , |

It is difficult to keep track of your postures every hour, all day. Still, you can often catch yourself and others around you hunched over phones or computer screen. Of course, it is not right – a fact all of us are well aware of. Forward head, slumped shoulders, hunch back, and flat feet – all these are biggest examples of poor postures. You can have some of them, or you might even have all of them! In either case, poor postures cause adverse effects on your health. The older we get, bad habits, like slouching cause muscle tension and fatigue, ultimately leading us to bad postures. The good news is that [...]